What is the Chippewa River Water Festival?
At the Chippewa River Water Festival, we celebrate our community, our friends, music, and most importantly- we celebrate water!
Water is the foundation of the human and animal communities in Mid Michigan and beyond, yet so often we take it for granted. The CRWF is an oppurtunity to recognize water for the role it plays in our lives, to learn more about it, and to celebrate it.
Located at Island Park in beautiful downtown Mt. Pleasant, Michigan, the CRWF will feature a variety of talented Michigan musicians from 12-9, on Sunday, July 9th. We hope you join us!
How does my donation help?
The Chippewa River Water Festival is an intentional effort to build a community that values each other, and the land and water around it. We believe the only way to do this is to make the festival free to everyone...the cost of buying a ticket shouldn't interfere with oppurtunities to strengthen Mid Michigan! To keep the Chippewa River Water Festival free, we're asking for financial support from folks that are in the position to offer it. Donations of any size are helpful and appreciated!
Are there ways to help without making a donation?
Yes! You can also help by:
-Sharing this campaign
-Like and share our page: https://www.facebook.com/ChippewaRiverWaterFest/
-Entering our t-shirt design contest (Submissions due June 16th; check our Facebook page for more imformation)
-Volunteering at the festival (info coming soon!)
-Join us at the CRWF on Sunday July 9th!
I have questions. Who do I contact?
Please contact Jen Raymond, volunteer coordinator with Citizens for Alternatives to Chemical Contamination at firstname.lastname@example.org. CACC is a 501 (c)(3) non profit.
The Chippewa River Water Festival is made possible with generous support from:
-The private donors listed here
-The Watershed Initiative Network
-Saginaw Chippewa Indian Tribe
-Kerr & Utt, PLLC
-Isabella Community Credit Union
Thank you for your support!!